Poliisi - Yhteystiedot - Poliisiasema ja poliisilaitos

Muhos police station

Open by appointment one - four times a month.

One of the police stations of Oulu Police Department. Police station is service point of local police. The duty of the local police is to maintain public order and security; to take measures to prevent crime; to investigate crimes and other events threatening public order and security; to direct and monitor traffic and promote traffic safety, and to implement any other duties prescribed to the policy by law or that they are obliged to carry out. Local police are responsible for police licence services, which are offered at police service points, as well as at several joint service points across the country. Licence services provided by the police are linked to core policing operations, the maintenance of public order and safety, crime prevention and the promotion of traffic safety.
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Contact info

Department of this station Oulu Police Department

Valtatie 22, 91500 MUHOS

Helpline and appointment booking 0295 419 800
Lost property 0295 464 180
Police matters 0295 464 180

Opening hours

Opening hours until 31.1.2021
Wednesday 09.00–16.00

Switchboard 0295 460 211

In emergency call 112.

 

Lost property

The police provides a lost and found service.

The owner must be notified of found lost items or they must be returned to the police as soon as possible. Typical items returned to the police include mobile phones, keys and bicycles found outside (e.g. on the streets or in parks). Lost items found in public transport, train stations, bus stations or other similar places of transportation or business premises, offices, place of work, educational institutions, hospitals, theatres, sports halls or similar premises should be returned to the staff or lost and found of the premise in question. These are called property found in a public place.

The owner must be notified of found lost items or they must be returned to the police as soon as possible. Items whose acquisition or possession is prohibited or requires a permit from the authorities, e.g. drugs, illegal alcohol and firearms, must be delivered to the police immediately. If you cannot transport the discovered lost items without danger or difficulty, it is enough to notify the police of the discovery. The police will give the finder a receipt for discovered items. You can also return the item to a citizen service point that has agreed with the police to accept lost items or notify this kind of a service point.


Identity card

An identity card is a photographic proof of its holder’s identity. An identity card is also a valid travel document with limited rights.

An identity card is a document with a photo that is issued to prove the identity of a Finnish citizen or a foreigner who is permanently resident in Finland. An identity card issued to a Finnish citizen is also a limited travel document, in compliance with the provisions pursuant to the Passport Act. In addition to this, the identity card has a chip that enables access to electronic services. You can apply for an identity card either online or by visiting a police service point in person. You can only travel with a valid personal identity card. This applies to children as well. An expired, broken or damaged identity card will not get you through border control. If you are planning on using an identity card as a travel document, you should check the validity of the card well in advance, as well as what requirements your destination country has for identity cards. When calculating the delivery time, remember to allow time for the application process.

Applying for an identity card is easiest through the police e-service. The application can also be made in at a police station or at a police service point. 1. Have your photograph taken at a photography studio that can send your passport photograph to the police electronically. 2. Fill in the application on the police e-service. Attach the photograph retrieval code you received from the photographer to your application. Pay the application fee online. 3. In certain cases, only the electronic application is required. In other cases, in addition to the application, the applicant must visit a police licence services point in order to be identified prior to processing the application. When you fill in your application, the system will tell you whether you need to visit the police licence services point. If a visit is required, your application will only be processed after the visit. You can avoid queuing by booking an appointment in the police e-service. 4. Written consent of all the guardians of an applicant under the age of 18 is required (a minor’s identity card without travel rights can be applied for without consent). 5. A certificate showing that conscription is not an impediment to issuing an identity card is required from men aged 18–30. Once the new identity card is ready, it will be delivered to a Matkahuolto office or an office of their subcontractor of your choice in a sealed envelope. To collect your identity card, you need to present proof of identity and the tracking number. You can show the tracking number, for example, from the screen of your phone, a printout of the notification, or a hand-written note. For more information on how to apply for regular identity cards, identity cards for minors, temporary identity cards, and foreigner’s identity cards, visit the police website.


Passihakemus

Passi on Suomen kansalaiselle myönnettävä matkustusasiakirja. Passi on myös todistus haltijansa henkilöllisyydestä.

Matkustusoikeuden osoittamiseksi Suomen kansalaiselle myönnetään hakemuksesta passi, jollei laista muuta johdu. Passia haetaan sähköisesti tai henkilökohtaisesti poliisin palvelupisteessä asioimalla. Vain voimassa olevalla henkilökohtaisella passilla voi matkustaa. Pienikin lapsi tarvitsee oman passin. Vanhentuneella, rikkinäisellä tai turmeltuneella passilla ei pääse läpi rajatarkastuksesta. Alaikäisen hakemuksen voi täyttää verkossa samalla tavalla kuin täysi-ikäisenkin, mutta hänen on useimmissa tapauksissa käytävä poliisin lupapalvelupisteessä tunnistettavana. Passin voi saada lisämaksusta nopeutetusti, mikäli pika- tai express-toimituksen valtakunnallisessa päiväkiintiössä on tilaa. Matkalle lähtijän kannattaa hyvissä ajoin tarkistaa passin voimassaolo ja tarkistaa kohdemaan passia koskevat vaatimukset. Passin toimitusaikaa laskettaessa myös asioinnin vaatima aika tulee ottaa huomioon.

Ohje: Tavallista passia on helpointa hakea poliisin sähköisessä asiointipalvelussa. Hakemuksen voi tehdä myös poliisiasemalla tai poliisin palvelupisteessä. 1. Käy kuvattavana valokuvaamossa, joka lähettää passikuvasi sähköisesti poliisille. 2. Täytä hakemus poliisin sähköisessä asiointipalvelussa. Liitä hakemukseen kuvatunnus, jonka sait valokuvaamosta. Maksa hakemus verkossa. 3. Sähköinen hakemus riittää joissakin tapauksissa sellaisenaan. Osassa tapauksista pelkkä hakemus ei riitä, vaan hakijan täytyy käydä lisäksi poliisin lupapalvelupisteessä tunnistettavana, ennen kuin hakemus voidaan käsitellä. Järjestelmä kertoo sinulle hakemusta täyttäessäsi, tarvitaanko tunnistuskäynti. Jos käynti tarvitaan, hakemus käsitellään vasta, kun tulet palvelupisteeseen. Vältyt jonottamiselta varaamalla ajan poliisin sähköisessä asiointipalvelussa. 4. Alle 18-vuotiaalta vaaditaan kaikkien huoltajien kirjallinen suostumus. 5. 18-30 -vuotiaalla miehellä pitää olla todistus siitä, että asevelvollisuus ei ole passin myöntämisen esteenä Valmis passi toimitetaan suljetussa kirjekuoressa valitsemaasi Matkahuollon tai sen alihankkijan toimipisteeseen. Valmista passia noutaessasi sinun on todistettava henkilöllisyytesi ja esitettävä lähetystunnus. Voit näyttää lähetystunnuksen esimerkiksi puhelimesi näytöltä, noutoilmoituksen tulosteesta tai käsin itse kirjoittamaltasi lapulta. Lisätietoja tavallisen passin, alaikäisen passin, pika- ja express-passin, väliaikaisen passin ja merimiespassin hakemisesta poliisin verkkosivuilta. Poliisin verkkosivuilla löytyy tarkempia tietoja myös ns. kaksoispassista sekä Suomen sotiin osallistuneiden passista.


Report of criminal wrongdoing

A person who is a victim of an offence should file a report of criminal wrongdoing with the police as soon as possible.

In order to start the investigation the police needs, as soon as possible, a specific description of what, where, and when has happened and who are involved. The persons involved are the complainant and the suspect/suspects. The police shall enter the information regarding the report of criminal wrongdoing in the investigation and administrative assistance system of the police information system.

The report of criminal wrongdoing can be filed at the police station or electronically on the website of the police. The report should include, as accurately as possible, a description of what has happened and where and when as well as the persons involved (the complainant, possible suspect and witnesses). It is important to describe in detail the looks of the victim and the suspect. Also the contact information (telephone and e-mail) of the person filing the report must be filled in Information necessary for filing a report of criminal wrongdoing: - description of what has happened and how - exact time and place of the events - name of the suspect, if known - identifying characteristics of the suspect (age, hight, body, specific facial characteristics, colour of the eyes, teeth, speech, hands, moving, clothes) - in which direction the suspect fled and how - if the wrongdoer used a vehicle, the registration number and other characteristics of the vehicle (mark, colour, model) - dangerousness of the wrongdoer (weapons, state of mind, threats, use of intoxicants etc.) - the identifying characteristics of any stolen or lost property (colour, mark, model, serial number or other) A report of wrongdoing can be filed with the police anywhere, irrespective of the place of event.